MAN'S ABS OF STEEL TESTED - 1930 J.R. Richards truly has abs of steel as a group of men repeatedly try to get a reaction by punching, jumping on and hitting his midriff with various objects. Anyone watching will certainly cringe but J.R. isn't fazed a bit.
BOYS TEST HOME MADE DIVING BELL - 1930 A group of New Jersey boys try out their home-made diving bell made with roofing copper, sash-weights and a bicycle pump. The young lad testing the device enjoys watching colorful fish go by and reading a magazine underwater before getting back on the boat.
AUTO & TRAIN COLLISION DEMO - 1930 An automobile races against a train before both try to turn and collide together with disastrous results. Pan left to . . . a group of kids and adults who've just put on an amusing demonstration of train safety using realistic models.
PUPPY GETS AN X-RAY - 1930 A group of young children bring their puppies to a San Francisco animal hospital where they receive medical checkups including x-rays. The kids wear protective goggles and help the doctor during the procedure.
INDIANS MARCH ON GOA - 1955 Indians march on Goa, the Portuguese enclave on Indian soil, dropping to the ground in a demonstration of passive resistance when fired upon as they demand cession of the colony to India. Twenty-two are killed in the protest by border guards.
Date: August 15, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:55:00, With Audio
RIOTS AT INCHON PORT - 1955 Koreans protest against Communist Czech and Polish members of the truce inspection commission. U.S. troops uphold the truce terms guarantee of their safety at Inchon Port, holding off mobs with fire hoses and tear gas.
RIOTS AT INCHON PORT - 1 - 1955 The continuing clash between U.S. troops and an angry mob of Koreans protesting against Communist Czech and Polish members of a truce inspection commission continues. Even though the U.S. agrees the commission are little more than communist spies they uphold truce terms and use tear gas to quell the mob.
PRESIDENT ADDRESSES FOREIGN STUDENTS - 1955 In Washington D.C. President Eisenhower, addresses a group of foreign students voicing his hopes for a tranquil future in their lifetime as he outlines his principles for the Geneva conference.
Date: July 12, 1955 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:58:00, With Audio
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